Disgruntled Oklahoma football players met with their coaches Wednesday in an effort to clear up some hard feelings over who plays quarterback for the Sooners.
"A group of players got together and wanted to visit with each other about the quarterback situation that developed last week after the Missouri game concerning Steve Collins and Cale Gundy," Coach Gary Gibbs said.
Gundy played all the way in a 15-15 tie with Oklahoma State last weekend. In the previous two games, Collins, a popular fifth-year senior, had led victories--one by 51-7 over Missouri--while Gundy recovered from a shoulder injury.
It was initially reported that the players had walked out of practice, but Gibbs and several players said that was not the case. They said the length of the meeting precluded any workout. Oklahoma (5-3-2) is off this week, preparing for a Nov. 27 game against Nebraska, which Gibbs said Gundy would start.